With the shadows growing longer,
this little flower hangs
on to the last moments
of sun on her petals.
September 29, 2007
in a faraway land,
the girl who kissed the frog
is celebrating the
The First Official
Day of Autumn
Hang in there black susan!ReplyDelete
It looks so warm and sunny!
It's freezing here and raining.
Merisi, What a lyrical reminder of summer.ReplyDelete
This sounds like one of winter's last desperate rearings of its head in your part of the earth, before relinquishing his icy fangs for good. May it be soon! :-)
And here nature's resigning herself to let summer slip away and head into autumn. The little Black Susan looked as if was ready to rebel and to climb up to the top of the fence, while the shadows inched closer and closer.
Thank you. :-)
I can see you are keeping as busy as ever..ReplyDelete
Is summer almost gone already? (Sigh) I love your photography, you do it with such love.
I hate saying goodbye to summer ... so this photo brings a lot of joy.ReplyDelete
SHRINK WRAPPED SCREAM:ReplyDelete
Thank you for your kind words. :-)
I cannot believe it, it's the first of October! Summer's slipped away. I wished it would have lasted.
Thank you. :-)
Same here! :-(
I am glad you enjoy the little flower.
Our weather is full-on, chilly, rainy, Pacific NW autumn... I was hoping to get a few more tomatoes and things before things got seriously cold, but I'm afraid they are drowning and chilling instead...ReplyDelete
I feel with you, the more because we are so lucky to have blue sky and Indian Summer temperatures.